Stored Procedure Class Wizard

Environment: VC++ v 5.0, MFC v 4.21, NT 4.0/95

Stored Procedure Class Wizard (SPCW) is a development tool that can be used exclusively to generate class files (.cpp and .h) derived from MFCs CRecordset for stored procedures. Currently SPCW supports Microsoft SQL Server v 6.5, 7.0 Beta 3, and Sybase SQL Anywhere v 5.5 and can be extended to any database. The idea is to speed up the development process of client-server projects involving aforementioned packages under Windows NT/95. SPCW is an extension to DevStudio's class wizard.

Running the application:

Extract it to a <\temp> folder and then run.

Recent Updates

  1. Support for Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Beta 3.
  2. Support for handling return values in the generated class files.
  3. Option of generating class files (.cpp and .h) for system procedures. This applies to Sybase SQL Anywhere only.

Downloads

Download Wizard application - 415 Kb
Download source - 104 Kb


Comments

  • great... but how to use it?

    Posted by Legacy on 12/02/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: yariv

    I GENERATED THE FILES FROM A CERTAIN PROCEDURE. BUT THE PROCEDURE RECIVES A VARIABLE AND RETURN ONE HOW TO USE YOUR CPP AND H FILE TO ENTER THE VARIABLE AND RECIVE THE RETURN VALUE?
    THANKS

    Reply
  • souce code?

    Posted by Legacy on 11/03/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Ernesto Perales Soto

    Hi,

    I want to modify the source to create OLE DB Consumers... it is the source code availible?

    Reply
  • Excellent!!

    Posted by Legacy on 07/06/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: craig schmidt

    This is probably the most usefull control that I have found on CodeGuru.com. It is not that I don't know how to right CRecordset derived classes that utilize stored procedures, it the time savings using your program. Thanks for the time saving tool!!!!!!

    Very best regards...Craig

    Reply
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